This is a discussion on Cat 3524XL switches and doing dir using snmp - SNMP ; First of all.. sorry for crossposting.. (I posted this in comp.dcom.sys.cisco too yesterday) Hi all, We are currently preparing for a major upgrade of about 800 3524XL switches next saturday. We wrote a script that will: preparation: a: upload the ...
First of all.. sorry for crossposting.. (I posted this in
comp.dcom.sys.cisco too yesterday)
We are currently preparing for a major upgrade of about 800 3524XL switches
next saturday. We wrote a script that will:
a: upload the new IOS
b: Download the configuration file
c: Change the configuration with some new settings that are required
d: Upload the new config to the startup config
e: reload the switches on saturday
In order to upload the new IOS we are renaming the old file to what the new
IOS is named and then copy it over the old IOS.
The script is expecting for the IOS filename to be the same all the time but
I encountered 2 wrong filenames sofar. (The filename should be the same on
all switches but I guess someone just did not know what he was doing). I am
not able to change the script (I know some perl but there is a lot of expect
in it of wich I do not kow anything yet) and the person who wrote it is on
Since i am not planning on doing a telnet to all the 800 switches and do a
dir I was wondering if someone could tell me if the filenames can be found
using snmpget. I have been looking for it but I can not find it anywhere...
I tried looking through www.mibcentral.com and on Google but I have not been
I could really use some help on this.
thanks in advance...
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